5 edition of From Moscow to the Persian gulf found in the catalog.
|Statement||G. P. Putnams sons|
|Publishers||G. P. Putnams sons|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Extracts from the minutes of the General Convention of Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont, at their session in Westminster, September, A.D. 1812
Sot︠s︡ialʹno-ėkonomicheskai︠a︡ dei︠a︡telʹnostʹ potrebitelʹskoĭ kooperat︠s︡ii v gody Velikoĭ Otechestvennoĭ voĭny (1941-1945 gg.)
Security Council by a reduction in Iranian support for the Afghan mujuhideen and by a toning down of Iranian proselytization directed at Soviet Muslims.
If we talk about the future, Russia is a vast country, and hence its interest in maintaining an open-door policy toward the promising and rich Gulf area. interests in the Persian Gulf region will sour bilateral superpower relations and harden U. Moscow knew that Iran was unlikely to pick a fight with the Soviet Navy when a confrontation loomed w ith the U.
We aim to support our tenants in developing export activities and expanding the geography of existing supplies. Rapid Deployment Force RDF was formed to give teeth to U.
16 Literary Ga z ette, for example, complained in June 1983 that the Iranian revolution has been transformed into Islamic despotism I1 An outright Soviet invasion of Iran cannot be ruled out, but it is unlikely as long as the military deadlock in Afghanistan persists, the U.
A Soviet writer speculated in 1938 that a revolution in Persia m. Gor From Moscow to the Persian gulf should be pressed to put his new thinking into practice by refusing to sell arms to Iran as long as it supports terrorism. Security Council's resolutions have placed Iraq under extremely severe restriction, in which it is still confined. Inside Iran, meanwhile, the communist Tudeh party grew more critical of the Khomeini regimes economic policies and refusal to negotiate a settlement with Iraq, saying that continuing the war only benefited Israel and the U.
This would provide Tehran an alternative to becoming dependent on the Soviet U n ion and reduce Irans incentives for close relations with Moscow Challenge Gorbachev to demonstrate in the Persian Gulf that his new thinking will not work against U. naval presence, Washington could offer to do so only if Iran were to cease to intimidate its neighbors and release the Western hostages held by pro-Iranian groups in Lebanon 4 4 Keep the door open to improved U.
commitment to use force to repel a Soviet attempt to gain control of the Gulf region. The main motive is to ensure security and stability. Still, such a possibility cannot and should not be ruled out completely.
The South Yemenis host leaders of the Communist Party of Saudi Arabia, Palestinian groups hostile to Riyadh's traditional leaders hip, and Saudi dis sidents.and tried to prev ent new ones. 33 A fast reacting American commando force might be very useful for keeping U.
ight become Itthe key to revolution in the whole east.
Tehran spumed the offer but bought Soviet-madeT-62 tanks, artillery, and small arms from Libya N orth Korea, South Yemen, and Syria.
We will try to ensure the necessary conditions to guarantee that Russia is paid back.
Moreover, they represent nothing more but an evidence of the limited foreign policy tools that Moscow is able to use to project its power in the region.